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-- >> sean: the pandering hasn't worked. >> that is utter insanity. >> sean: steve, i have a question for you. they said to us, the american people, they went out and there and they said, this has nothing to do with america, nothing to do with american policies. that's what they said. they said it had to do with a movie trailer released in july, and it just so happened to happen on 9/11. and, by the way, this spontaneous attack, they just so happened to rocket-propelled grenades and mortars with them at the time the spontaneous attack took place. not even you, steve, partisan democrat, should believe that. >> sean, this is a perfect example of what's called the fog of war. >> sean: fog of war? three weeks, fog of war. >> yes, that's exactly what it is. >> sean: it's a joke. >> there was total confusion afterwards, riots everywhere. >> sean: they knew within 24 hours, steve. >> what's a joke is your tirade here. this president has launched 270 drone attacks against -- >> sean: steve wait a minute. on the anniversary of 9/11 didn't we beef up security? >> maybe because of the budget cuts that t
, chair of the rnc is coming up, steve hayes on the show, the executive produce of "hannity," we're all owners of one share in the green bay packers. let's talk about the green bay packers. that's full disclosure. >> i brought two props to set the stage for all of our viewers. a nice green bay helmet. >> greta: signed by? >> brett favre. and a football signed by bart starr. >> greta: that is ellis the elephant? >> it's calista's character, whose new book comes out monday, "land of the pilgrim's pride." we knew that ellis who believes in doing the right thing would want to stand with the packers. >> greta: it's amazing how it's enraged the nation. it's sort of fun to have a topic that we can all sort of debate, be debris about, that doesn't have the consequences of something like libya or egypt. >> first of all, anybody who watched this play last night, it was unbelievable. and to have the nfl today come back and pretend it was the right decision was more unbelievable. my son-in-law is the head of coach education for the u.s. tennis association. he made the point to me -- he's also a big
reality economic with steve rattner. this is "andrea mitchell reports" on msnbc. ♪ you do ♪ something to me ♪ that nobody else could do well we brought back layaway, so you can pay a little bit at a time. my kids would be like [tearfully] this is the best day ever! [ sobbing ] [ male announcer ] layaway's back. shop now and have more time to pay. walmart. begins with back pain and a choice. take advil, and maybe have to take up to four in a day. or take aleve, which can relieve pain all day with just two pills. good eye. >>> i believe, that as a nation, we're moving forward again. we're not where we need to be. not yet. we've got a lot more folks who have to get back to work. we've got a lot more work to do to make the middle class secure again. but the question is, whose plan is better for you? >> president obama in virginia beach today. he still faces two more monthly jobs reports before election day and continued unrest in overseas markets. but the latest nbc news/"wall street journal" indicates a big bump up in the number of people who feel the country's headed in the right dire
. >> eliot: it wasn't mention romney by name steve colbert realizes what all about. >> this will help romney win over undecided voters, especially the most undecided of all, god. >> eliot: joining us now is political satirist and host john fugelsang, thanks for being here. >> nice to be here. >> eliot: is this what it has come for. >> it was the secular humanist who trashed our economy, you know that governor. >> eliot: yes. >> he was the same pastor in texas that ran that empty stadium event with rick perry last year. i prayed that nobody would show up at that event, and it worked. michelle obama tells you to eating habits she is criticized, but this guy is fine telling people to fast. >> eliot: what explains it, then in do think it is going to work? what is the game here? -- why not just kind of brush the whole thing aside, and say okay this didn't work out so well. >> it's about tribalism and who's side has the power, and they would rather have the guy they hate in power who will be a one-term foot rest but have the other guy on the power. it's not really about
phone. dennis: new york giant steve weatherford not just hunting with the comes to investing is money and take a look at the s&p winners and losers. dennis: more about getting our corporate e-mail on our smart phones appeared be careful, the boss may be spying on you. hedge fund buying up homes and renting them out. should you follow their lead? tracy: it is 30 past the hour. time for stocks now as we do every 15 minutes. nicole: it is so interesting only talk about retailers. back to school. hiring for the holidays. let's talk about some names in the retail industry. express. look at expressly found 2021%. express came out and basically that their quarter is not going as well as they had hoped. traffic patterns have changed. that almost means there is no traffic, nobody shopping, what is going on? these retailers are coming under pressure. let's take a look here at the major market averages. the nasdaq and doesn't be slightly lower. dennis: is your boss spying on your smart phone? you need to hear what our next guest has to say about that. we have a principle analyst from forrester r
who are under assault. i don't know if they're going to lose. everybody from steve king to michele bachmann to alan west, are they really feeling the heat? are they seeing the ground shift under them so they're beginning to think the tea party wave has crested? >> well, look, democrats want to use these figures bachmann, steve king, alan west, because they're huge targets and they raise a ton of money. they say the most incendiary things and they get democrats fired up. now, joe walsh is in trouble. he's got a tough district in northern chicago. and tammy duckworth is a pretty good candidate with a pretty good personal story. i think republicans sort of have a wash that one away. but michele bachmann has raised and spent $16 million during this campaign. more than any house member than the speaker boehner. she's had a huge fund-raising advantage. same thing with alan west down in florida. $10 million. are they targets, good for fund-raising for democrats? but when it comes down to it in the house race
one may soon be headed down under. steve wozniak telling a newspaper that he wants to gain dual citizenship with australia partially because of its planned national broad band network. he cofounded apple with steve jobs in 1976. connell: of all the reasons; right? dagen: i could list 20 reasons why i would move to australia. that wouldn't be one of them. again, like, i might be a nerd but i have nothing on woz. connell: we're talking all the time -- dagen: i get annoyed when the sun goes behind the clouds. connell: thanks for that. we talk all the time about taxing the rich, on and on, but forget about taxing the rich in this country. hillary clinton wants to go after the wealthy all over the world. see what the judge, judge napolitano thinks about that coming up. dagen: the u.s. navy is shrinking as china's is growing. take a look at the oil market. we will talk about where oil is headed. connell: let's go back to nicole. quarter past the hour and stocks now every 15 minutes. talking about staples. nicole: that's right. when you talk about a retailer, i mean the story should be
listed them out. so we're going to ask whether they add up. >>> and apple co founder steve wozniak wants to move to australia. he wants to become a citizen. we'll tell you why. the only time i've ever had a break is when i was on maternity leave. i have retired from doing this one thing that i loved. now, i'm going to be able to have the time to explore something different. it's like another chapter. those little things for you, life's about her. but your erectile dysfunction - that could be a question of blood flow. cialis tadalafil for daily use helps you be ready anytime the moment's right. you can be more confident in your ability to be ready. and the same cialis is the only daily ed tablet approved to treat ed and symptoms of bph, like needing to go frequently or urgently. tell your doctor about all your medical conditions and medications, and ask if your heart is healthy enough for sexual activity. do not take cialis if you take nitrates for chest pain, as this may cause an unsafe drop in blood pressure. do not drink alcohol in excess with cialis. side effects may include headache,
's extremely difficult if not impossible for anyone to win statewide -- >> guest: steve, i disagree with that analysis. abraham lincoln was a third party in 1860. in 1856, you had the democratic party and the wig -- and abraham lincoln wasn't on the ballot in a number of states, particularly in the south, yet he won the election. he didn't win a majority of the popular vote, he won the majority of the electoral vote and in 1832, i would submit that there were two parties there and it was henry clay and andrew jackson and jackson won the overwhelming popular vote. back in 1824, there was certainly several different parties running and then, of course, john quincy adams won that race and that was -- you had at least three, maybe four, parties then. host: but even -- >> guest guest the electoral votes. host: but even if you take it to more recent campaigns, 1968, the caller referring to george wallace did get 46 electoral votes but didn't get close to winning the presidency, ross perot, '92 and '96, getting nearly 20 percent of the vote in '92 but not one electoral vote. guest: he got
in the media. if steve cross had a follow-up to that, they never aired it. >> that's right, they never follow up with the president. the fundamental flaw in the media's thinking as exhibited, when the president says well, the organizing principle is islam, mr. president, it's not just islam, it's the extremist wing of islam and name me a country other than indonesia and maybe turkey though we don't know exactly where that's going where this fundamentalist islam has been nonviolent, has promoted equality of women or any other things. this is a fool's errand and the editorials in the newspapers miss this because they don't have a religious perspective. >> judy, the death, the assassination of our ambassador, of two former seals, of the state department employee, bumps in the road. where was the criticism over that comment? >> i think what the president was talking about was the broader context of the wave of change, and that in the wave of change, there are going to be bumps on the road. he -- i do not think that he meant to suggest an and most people did not interpret it to mean the death of f
are going to be interviewed by atlantic media is steve clemons, the washington editor at large of it landed an editor in chief of atlantic life. he also is the former director of the new america foundation and a cybersecurity expert just to set him up for failure. i'm just joking about cybersecurity. he will be interviewing paul nguyen for the knowledge consulting group, and catherine, the associate director of georgetown's institute for law, science and global security. and i apologize if i butchered your last names. we will correct that in the feeds. >> it's great to be with all of you this morning i want to issue an apology if any of you are a twitter follower of mine. i have about 11,000 of them, and i guess yesterday they all got a little telling them that it just seemed and in this fantastic video. if you just clicked right your they could see it. at i think there is of a thousand friends, cycling through, this is the first time, it's ironic that i've ever fallen for one of the sort of cyber gags. i don't know what information they got from the, but nonetheless i wanted to kind of men
steve cross started ticking off things that he has promised to do but has not con. mr. obama maintaining the desperate economy changed all of his plans. meantime mitt romney looked a bit more authoritative even when dodging the question. >> i will not lower the share of taxes paid by high income individuals. and i will make sure that we bring down rates, we limit deductions and exemptions so we can keep the -- in the code and encourage growth in the jobs. >> devil is in the detail. what are we talking about mortgage deduction, charitable deduction. >> the devils is in the details wanted the angel is in the policy which is creating more jobs. >> it's obvious mitt romney does not want to say what deductions and tax exemptions he would phase out. that's because there are tons, tons of unintended consequences for limiting mortgage deductions, charitable donations, things like that. the governor simply doesn't want to deal with the fallout in the middle of his campaign. but i believe romney does want to simplify the tax code and keep the wealthy paying far more federal tax than anybody else.
," krystal ball, toure, and s.e. cupp. >> steve is here as the holy ghost, right? >> anyway, okay. so krystal ball, i want to start with the latest comments from todd akin. they kay claire miss cass kill unlady-like. >> unbelievable. >> among them newt gingrich, rick santorum, jim demight not, high profile. do you agree that this could have a national trickle-down effect here? >> i think it has a trickle-down effect and it has a trickle-up effect as well. look at mitt romney's polls in ohio he's trailing among women by 25 points. so the overall impression of the republican party as not getting women, as being very unfriendly towards women, as not scientifically understanding women has had a negative impact on the gop. it's unbelievable that in the very week when he finally -- when the deadline passed that he could no longer get out of the race he comes back out with something else to get back in the news. >> incredibly harmful to the gop. todd akin does not rep the republican party. he doesn't speak for mitt romney, but she's right. it's having a trickle-up effect. it's affecting the presiden
bladder cancer. he broke out with an appearance on the steve allen tonight show and later got his own tv show. it lasted nine years, scored 18 gold records. he was 84. >>> major tourist attractions are closed, flights grounded and cruise ships docked in greece. thousands of greek workers took part in a general strike wednesday to rally against government spending cuts and tax hikes. police used tear gas whether some protests turned violent. >>> smoke filled the sky over ocean city, maryland last night. crews from several fire departments rushed to the bradley on the bay condominiums which are on 37th street. everyone escaped just fine but at least three families need a new place to live now. >>> these are definitely not bride zillas. they are bids against breast cancer. -- brides against blaster. a charity sale of bridal gowns is being held to help fight the disease. tell us when and where is the bridal sale? >> the bridal sale with over 700 designer gowns is happening at the dupont circle this friday, saturday and sunday. we definitely welcome all brides. you do not have to be affected
. what did we learn from all of this? steve is down in little rock, arkansas. thanks for joining us. what do you say? >> caller: thank you bill. i say that i'm a high school baseball umpire. i can't imagine getting a phone call in the middle of the summer and say hey how about working the red sox and yankees. it is just -- the higher up you go in officiating and a lot of people, fans especially don't appreciate what it takes to become an official and the guys in the nfl the nba, the nhl they were also locked out now ironically and major league baseball, they're really the best in the world at what they do. being paid to manage millionaire egos or what amounts to just a little bit of money really. what you compare it to, revenue picture of the nfl -- they do a remarkable job. i'm tickled to see a bunch of those guys come back tonight and the rest of the weekend. >> bill: you're absolutely right. there was -- really, the difference in money was minuscule compared to the billions and billions that these owners make of
they offer a tremendous amount of insight. and i also want to thank you for the steve who is here today in the our office working on a number of manufacturing issues particularly as they relate to the supply chain. for this part of it, before we get to the q & a. i would like to stand back a little bit and try to frame the specific threat of cyber in a larger context. the overall industrial base supply chain we face. i look around the room and i know i have spoke ton many of you one on one on the tough challenges we face in the supply chain. hopefully what i'm going say today won't differ from what i've told you privately. let me start at the very beginning with an attempt to define the defense industrial base supply chain. it's a term which is often used both inside and outside of government. but rarely in a way that accurately depicts trail if i on the ground. defense industrial base is come priced a diverse set of companies that provide products and services directly and indirectly to the national security agencies including the military. referses to defense industrial base, that imp
. continuing right-wing world. i want to snuggle with this sound bite. steve doocy. >> main stream media is going to talk down romney's chance of winning. they are going to show mr. obama way up in the polls, so republicans go why even bother voting. >> stephanie: there we go again. reporting the actual polls, karl. >> did you assume for a minute that you could use numbers without being accused of being a liberal, and this is what the republicans are doing. for the last couple of weeks it has been, look, the polls are really tight. and for a while they had a point there, the national polls were really tight. but we don't elect our president by the national polls. it is through the electoral college. >> stephanie: yeah. and the other number he apparently didn't want to mention is the fox news poll. which shows obama way ahead. >> that's where things get inconvenient. >> stephanie: yeah. he is at the point where he is approaching double digits in florida, ohio and virginia and the calculus said -- calculus from my right-wing friends is an advanced form of math -- the calc
, in the apple universe steve jobs was god and tim cook says i can't be him. maybe i can be a preacher and take a more humble approach to this. he doesn't have the swagger. he has to take the jimmy swaggart approach. [talking over each other] charles: it is a dent in charles: it is a dent in the armor. [talking over each other] [talking over each other] >> free speech advocates crying foul as the maker of that anti muslim film jailed in california. dennis: happy birthday gift from facebook. the first major foray into retail sales online. we will look at how global currencies are faring. the dollar would be up. ♪ [ male announcer ] this is karen anjeremiah. they don't know it yet, but they' gonna fall in love, get married, have a couple of kids, [ children laughing ] move to the country, and live a long, happy life together where they almost never fight about money. [ dog barks ] because right after they get married, they'll find some retirement people who are paid on salary, not commission. they'll get straightforward guidance and be able to focus on other things, like each other, which isn't
amount. dagen: would steve jobs have apologized for what he had not have messed them up in the first place? connell: men are from mars and women from venus and dagen from pluto. male economists put more emphasis on the rules of business. that is based on a study from the university of nebraska. the global diaper supply could be at risk following an explosion saturday at a japanese plant. it makes an ingredient in disposable diapers. kimberly-clark is up to date with the rest of the market. dagen: i don't think me commenting on anything related to diapers is a good idea. connell: exactly. dagen: move on to the next keys. the fact that on the first monday in october. one of the cases you need to hear about, protecting their information on your phone from the government. the judge is here. connell: all right. president obama for mitt romney. some new data out. most people have made up their minds. 15% could be convinced to choose somebody else. that seems kind of hype. first, here are some currencies. look how they are shaping up against the dollar today. ♪ follow the wings. ♪ >> @2
in respect. yes, sir. in the back. >> steve crawford, washington institute of public policy. you emphasize that one size will fit all and you have to have individualized tutoring. yet most of the pregnant programs we are talking about in the interventions and lessons learned are for application within one school. i have not heard much about the variation among schools and allowing the way that richard suggested all together now is the foundation researcher public-school choice where ideally overtime one school would be maybe the old boys' school which is best for some kids or the school in the uniforms, the sort of mass and drama to have choice and they knew where they do this, they get 95% get the first school to get the panel's comments for public choice. you can attend any district so long as you can get transportation there and they decide to accept you. we have one of the best magnet school programs in the country. choice is huge in our school district. at the same time, what happens, one of the challenges that we have in the struggle is what happens to the schools that no one chooses
. >> stephanie: representative steve king is facing christy vilsack. she is very popular there. how about that [ censor bleep ] mischel bachmann! [ applause ] >> a tight race there. >> stephanie: jim graves looking good. bachmann's fund-raising letters are now starting to sound more desperate. so we'll see. ap editor there wasn't enough time and space to debunk all of bachmann's lies. >> and john has to go? >> stephanie: good-bye john fugelsang. >> happy birthday steph i'll see you tomorrow. >> stephanie: thank you, john. orly taitz next. ♪ used as a major talking point. (vo) the only network with real-time reaction straight from the campaigns and from viewers like you. >>now that's politically direct. ♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> happy b-b-birthday thing from the other world you. >> stephanie: thank you. i'm trying to say hello by our friends at granger. chris you know who is the one getting it done? the ap editor who had to fact-check michele bachmann. he said they would have to limit themselves to a quota of miss statements. he confessed that the sheer volu
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